Dr Ron Stasiuk has international experience in cataract, corneal, refractive and excimer laser surgery. He consults at Vision Eye Institute, Blackburn South.
Dr Stasiuk studied medicine at Monash University. He furthered his ophthalmic studies, graduating in Melbourne after completing his fellowship at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne.
His Medical Positions include the Melbourne Excimer Laser Research Group (1991-92); Protocol and Ethics Committee Member of the Melbourne Excimer Laser Research Group (1992-97); Associate Ophthalmologist at the Melbourne University Department of Ophthalmology (1996 – 1999) and Foundation Director of the Australian Institute of Vision Correction.
Dr Stasiuk was one of the first ophthalmologists in Australia to perform Excimer laser surgery, as well as being the first in Australia to use multi-focal lens implants.
He has lectured extensively both overseas and in Australia, as well as contributing to several books. He was one of the first ophthalmologists in Australia to perform Excimer laser surgery and multifocal lens implants.
His special highlights were winning an Oscar at the Boston ASCRS in 2000 for a new technique for piggy-back lens implants called the ‘Red Rock Syndrome’. He was also privileged to perform live complicated cataract surgery in Milan, Italy, on two occasions with satellite link-up to other European countries.
Dr Stasiuk has been a clinical consultant for several international pharmaceutical companies as well as being involved in numerous clinical trials. He is the author of many book chapters, as well as peer reviewed articles and letters.
Dr Stasiuk is active in tennis, golf, swimming and ballroom dancing. He enjoys outback travels, which marries well with his passion for photography.